Drs. Luke and Michelle Pietrantone had been living and operating a chiropractic practice in Virginia for 12 years when they felt the call to return to Western New York several years ago. They answered, and the pair of Iroquois graduates have been operating Pietrantone Chiropractic at 411 Main St. in East Aurora since last September.
The Iroquois School Board introduced four changes for next year’s middle school students for the 2015-16 school year and also provided rationale behind those changes at its Feb. 5 budget work session.
Those applying for special use permits for events in the Village of East Aurora will not see fees increase for their current level of $75 this year, per the defeat of a motion earlier this month that would have charged permit applicants for half the associated overtime costs of police and Department of Public Works employees. However, some will see an additional $100 mailer charge.
If ever there were a reason to brave the cold temperatures, the Iroquois High School concert choir provided it. On Thursday, Feb. 12, the concert choir participated in what is becoming a long-standing tradition of celebrating music through sacred songs.
The Iroquois High School Band recently congratulated senior flutist Erin Keppner for being selected as a member of the 2014 New York State School Music Association Conference All State Symphony Orchestra.
The Iroquois Lady Chiefs basketball team needed a big victory heading into the playoffs, and that's exactly what they got against West Seneca East last week, led by senior captain Colleen Wirth as she broke the school record for points scored in a single game with 44 points.